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Between the Drafts

Read posts from Nancy Somers' blog, "Between the Drafts"

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Writing Across the Curriculum Clearinghouse
Includes an extensive bibliography, issue briefs, journals, conference information, and a teaching exchange, among other useful resources.

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Writing Spaces: Open Textbook
Chapters of a peer-reviewed multi-volume writing textbook, available for free download. Essays are diverse, and focus on the "why," not just the "how" of writing. Some example chapters are "What is Academic Writing?", "Reflective Writing and the Revision Process," "Navigating Genres," and "I Need You to Say ā€œIā€: Why First Person is Important in College Writing."

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Purdue Owl
Writing help for students - includes information on different types of writing, steps in writing processes, citation styles. Also includes some activities for teachers to use, including Grammar Exercises, Punctuation Exercises, Spelling Exercises, Sentence Structure, Sentence Style, Eliminating Wordiness, Paraphrasing, Writing Numbers

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Bedford Guide to College Writers
Exercises, examples and checklists that help students work through writing problems (choose a thesis statement, organize their ideas, etc.), which allow them to email work to you from within the activities.

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NCTE Issue Brief: Writing Across the Curriculum
From the National Council of Teachers of English, this issue brief includes links to organizations, journals, websites, and more.

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